This protocol will be used to perform and/or collect results from genetic mutation testing (e.g., Oncomine™ or similar genomic test performed at a CLIA-certified laboratory) and high resolution, human leukocyte antigen (HLA) class I and II typing from a CLIA-certified laboratory. This protocol will also collect subject clinical baseline characteristics, demographics, and cancer history. This protocol will be used to monitor subject disease status to identify candidates for enrollment onto the Phase I/II study as patients must have progressive or recurrent disease to be enrolled onto that protocol.
The subject’s somatic mutation(s) and HLA type restriction combination will be examined against Alaunos’ TCR library to determine if a TCR is available for that subject. Subjects without a TCR match will be discontinued from this protocol. If the subject’s somatic mutation and HLA type restriction combination matched TCR is added to the Alaunos TCR library after the subject discontinues, the investigator may contact the subject to be re-screened for the study.
Subjects with a TCR match in the Alaunos TCR library will continue to be followed on this protocol and their clinical status will be monitored on an ongoing basis for eligibility, particularly progressive or recurrent disease, to enroll and receive TCR-T cell therapy on the Phase I/II study. Clinical status will be collected at enrollment and approximately every 3 months in conjunction with subjects’ regularly scheduled standard of care visits. Subjects with a TCR match will complete participation on this protocol once they enroll in the Phase I/II study or if the subject dies.
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